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    Frank Gehry Rock Temple

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    Liquid Lounge.
    Photo: Lara Swimmer

     

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    Exterior of the Demo Lab.
    Photo: Stan Smith

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    With their textured coating, the steel ribs of the structure are clearly visible from the Northwest Passage Gallery and most other circulation areas.
    Photo: Tim Streetporter

     

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    Like a tornado passing down Main Street, 600 guitars and other instruments are caught in a 40-foot- (12-meter-) high kinetic "Roots and Branches" sculpture.
    Photo: Tim Streetporter

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    A demonstration kiosk in one of EMP's many interactive exhibits, the Sound Lab.
    Photo: Stan Smith

     

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    The Media Exhibit Guide is a handheld computer with headphones gives visitors music and narration for every display.
    Photo: Stan Smith

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    The EMP faces the street with a riot of color and form.
    Photo: Stuart Lorimer

     

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    The silver north fašade with the famed Seattle Space Needle in the background.
    Photo: Stuart Lorimer

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    The northeast corner of the EMP with restaurant and street entrance.
    Photo: Stuart Lorimer

     

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    The Seattle Monorail enters the EMP at the southeast corner.
    Photo: Stuart Lorimer

     

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    Project Credits

    Architects: Frank o. Gehry and Associates
    Associate Architects /Exhibit Architects: LMN Architects
    Structural & Civil Engineering: Skilling Ward Magnusson Barkshire, Inc. (SWMB)
    Mechanical Engineering: Notkin Engineering (NEI)
    Electrical Engineering: Sparling, Inc.
    Landscape Architects: Young + Dring
    Acoustical Engineers: Jaffe Holden Scarbrough Acoustics, Inc., Cerami Associates
    Exhibit Designers: Vansickle and Rolleri, Quatrefoil (for sound lab)
    Skychurch Designers: The Floating Company
    Skychurch Lighting Designer: Willie Williams
    Skychurch Video Production: Emotion Studios
    Artist's Journey Technical Production: Lester Creative, Inc.
    Artist's Journey Architects: Cuningham Group, Inc.
    Blue Lounge Architects: Boora Architects
    ADA Accessibility Consultant: McGuire and Associates
    Code Consultant: Robert Pielow and Associates
    Show Audio/Video/Lighting: Soundelux Showorks/Candela
    Signage/Graphic Design: Skidmore Owings and Merrill
    Theater Projection Equipment Design: Harrah's Theatre Equipment
    Geotechnical: Shannon and Wilson
    Surveyors: Bush, Roed and Hitchings
    Roofing Consultant: Wetherholt and Associates
    Testing and Inspectors: Mayes Testing Engineers
    Video Vendor: Sony Electronics, Inc.
    Security Consultant: Schiff and Associates, Inc.
    Kitchen Designer: CMA Restaurant Supply and Design, Inc.
    General Contractor: Hoffman Construction
    Metal Skin Fabricator: A. Zahner Company
    Structural Steel Fabricator: Columbia Wire and Iron
    Electrical Contractor: Holmes Electric, Evergreen Electric
    Mechanical Contractor: McKinstry inc.
    Exhibit Fabrication and installation: Maltbie Associates
    Fireproofing, Paint and Acoustics: Clayton Coatings
    Glazing: Benson, Herzog
    Roof Sculpture: Permasteelisa
    Carpentry and Casework: J. S. Perrott/Nicolai
    Signage/Graphics Fabrication and Install: Tubeart Sign and Sports

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